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FDR Leads Nation In Protest Against Nazi Persecutions, 1938/11/16

Published 1938

(1) "Washington, DC: Pres. Roosevelt follows up a statement deploring anti-Jewish rioting in Germany by calling Ambassador Hugh Wilson home to discuss the situation." (no sound of FDR) (2) "Palo Alto, CA: Former Pres. Herbert Hoover expresses indignation at the 'brutal intolerance' of the Nazis and predicts their 'moral isolation.' (3) Father Robert I. Gannon, President of Fordham University and (4) Methodist-Episcopal Bishop Edwin H. Hughes raise their voices against the outbreaks of violence and hate." sound of Hoover and Gannon and Hughes speaking in the partial newsreel.

Production Company Universal Studios
Audio/Visual sound, b&w


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